Batch printing, is Qimage the only solution
Hi I am printing with a Epson R2400 which produces fantastic results when printing directly from Photoshop. However, when I need to print a whole batch of images it is really time consuming to print with photoshop (CS2) and I have found that I get some cropping (which I just can't account for as I have set up the print to exactly the paper size). I tried the software provided from Epson for batch printing (PhotoEasy) this produces some rather flat images in comparison with the Photoshop image. I have been trawling the net for another solution and found Qimage. I have down loaded the trial version and am trying to get my head around it. From previous post here, it seems that the print quality may well surpass that of Photoshop, the interfaces though is massively confusing and the supplied tutorials are not exactly that clear.
Is Qimage really that much better?
And are there any other solutions for batch printing?
Thanks, Confused from Berlin
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